Correlation between serum content of trace elements and interhemispheric relationships in children
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In 6–7 year-old children, the serum content of Fe correlated with activity of the right-hemispheric cognitive structures, the content of Zn correlated with the verbal-semantic type of information encoding typical of the left-hemisphere, and the content of Cu with adaptive brain functions.
Key wordstrace elements cognitive processes interhemispheric relationships
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